Monday, 17 October 2016

Threads Eyelashes

threads eyelashes

I absolutely love the look that false eyelashes create. The thicker and vampier the lashes, the better they are. So when I was contacted by Threads to try some of them out, I jumped at the chance! 

My only problem is that I really struggle to apply them. It doesn't matter how many times I try, I can never get them right. I either end up with the corner flicking up, or my makeup ruined with my eyes stuck together. Attractive. This is why I was excited but nervous to give these a go, as I was hoping I would suddenly  be able to do it. 

threads emiloo and charleston eyelashes

The lashes that I was sent are called Charleston* and Emiloo* from the Angel Lashes collection. Both sets come in a simple red box. The packaging isn't the most amazing I have ever seen, but it does the job. Although, I would have liked it to be a little more fancy - this is just my personal preference though.

Somehow, I managed to apply both sets and was proper pleased with myself! I know they are not applied perfectly, but they are on and thats all that matters...

threads charleston eyelashes

Charleston Eyelashes*
The Charleston lashes are the more natural looking of the sets. I think that they are perfect for daytime and create a lovely amount of length. Out of the 2 these were much easier to apply and seemed to stick a lot better, this might be me not applying enough glue though!

threads emiloo eyelashes

Emiloo Eyelashes*
I like the name Emiloo because it sounds like Emily and is what my Gramps used to call me when I was little. Nice little random fact for you there! These lashes are my favourite of the two, as they are slightly fuller and more vampy! They were a bit trickier to apply, but this may just be down to my rubbish eyelash applying skills. 


threads false eyelashes

I love how false lashes look in photos, they seem to create a certain boldness that you can rarely capture with a mascara. I am so chuffed that I actually managed to get them on, I ended up sitting with them on all day with nowhere to go, just because I could! Overall, these lashes seem really good quality. As I don't wear lashes too much, I don't really have anything to compare them to. They came off really well too, so I am hoping I get a fair few more uses from them before they go to eyelash heaven.

I will definitely be attempting to use these more in the future, now I know I can get them on there is no stopping me!

Available from Harvey Nichols and Threads Beauty
 *DISCLAIMER: These eyelashes were gifted to me, however all thoughts and words in this post are my own.
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8 comments

  1. These eyeslashes from Threads Beauty are so pretty and they look great on you! :)

    Olivia x | Liviatiana

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  2. These looks beaut on! I love Threads lashes, they're so comfortable. The Charleston ones are my absolute favourite xx

    Tamz | http://www.throughneweyesx.com

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    1. Thank you! They really are comfy, a lot better than i thought they would be! :)

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  3. These look lovely! I know I hate how fiddly false lash application is. Practise makes perfect! X

    Amina xx www.AliandHer.com

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  4. These look fabulous, especially the Emiloo ones! I have always been curious about trying false eyelashes but I'm so clumsy that I thought I'd mess them up or just get a load of glue in my eye, which scares me :D I really need to just go for it though! Your eyes look gorgeous in these photos by the way :)

    Sarah | Raiin Monkey

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    1. Thank you so much lovely! Definitely give lashes a try, they always seem a lot more daunting to apply than they are! :)

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